Petite Friture Francis Extra Large Wall Mirror Blue
During a visit to a painter’s studio, designer Constance Guisset was struck by the beauty of the moving pigments that swirled off the paintbrush as it was dipped into water. Constance recreated the movement she saw by working meticulously with watercolour paints: the images she produced were digitally altered to accentuate the transparency of colour and to heighten the sense of colourful, flowing movement.
The large-scale mirror with its blue and violet watercolours and impressive span of 110cm, takes the collection to newer horizons.
A mirror beyond all measure that brings strength and finesse to interior design.
Mirrorr, aluminium, grained epoxy paint
Blue and violet watercolour
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Constance has a master’s degree at ENSCI - Les Ateliers. Born in 1976, she lives and works in Paris. “My work is centred around a research on illusion of vision and surprise. I endeavour to create moving objects that produce either a long-lasting astonishment or a passing fascination. The manufacturing of a project, to be understood as transformation, is a process during which the object becomes reality, only holding back the very necessary, the initial lightness and fantasy. At the end, the object comes out of its chrysalis as a finished product, exclusively to be handled by the final user. And takes its independence.”